Noriko Sugita (杉田典子, Sugita Noriko)
May 8, 1957
Rino Katase (かたせ梨乃, Katase Rino, born 8 May 1957) is a Japanese actress. She won the Award for Best Supporting Actress at the 11th Japan Academy Prize for Gokudō no Onnatachi 2 and Yoshiwara Enjō .
The Japan Academy Film Prize, often called the Japan Academy Prize, the Japan Academy Awards, and the Japanese Academy Awards, is a series of awards given annually since 1978 by the Japan Academy Film Prize Association for excellence in Japanese film. Award categories are similar to the Academy Awards.
Tomoko Tabata is a Japanese actress. She won the best supporting actress award from the Mainichi in 2004 for The Hidden Blade and Blood and Bones, and the best actress award at the Mainichi Film Awards for The Cowards Who Looked to the Sky in 2012.
Toshiyuki Nishida is a Japanese actor.
Emi Wakui is a Japanese actress. She has won three Japanese Academy Awards: the 1994 Best Actress award for her performance in Rainbow Bridge , and the 1992 awards for Best Supporting Actress and Best Newcomer for her performance as Seiko Kawashima in My Sons.
Asahi Uchida is a Japanese actor. He will have a central role in Tokugawa Fūun-roku, scheduled for broadcast on January 2, 2008.
Katsuhisa Namase is a Japanese actor, known primary for his roles in Japanese television dramas. His roles are often positions of authority, such as managers, principals, or police officers, but many of these characters also share a certain kookiness and incompetence. Several of these characters wear wigs for comic effect.
Haruma Miura was a Japanese actor and singer. He made his acting debut in the television drama Agri (1997) and rose to popularity after starring in the film Koizora (2007), winning Newcomer of the Year at the 31st Japan Academy Prize. In the following years, Miura notably starred in the third season of Gokusen (2009), Bloody Monday (2009), Naoko (2009), Kimi ni Todoke (2010), Last Cinderella (2013), Boku no Ita Jikan (2013), The Eternal Zero (2013), Attack on Titan (2015), Gintama 2 (2018), and Two Weeks (2019). He also starred as Lola in the Japanese production of Kinky Boots (2016), winning Best New Actor and the Haruko Sugimura Award at the 24th Yomiuri Theater Awards. In addition to his acting career, Miura debuted as a singer in 2019 with the single "Fight for Your Heart", which was followed by "Night Diver" in 2020.
Misako Renbutsu is an actress in Japan. She won the Grand Prix award at the Super Heroine Audition Miss Phoenix in 2005.
Daichi Miura is a Japanese singer, songwriter, dancer, and choreographer. He also directs his own concerts. He belongs to Rising Production and has a record contract with Avex. He is from Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. He has an official fan club called "Daichishiki"(大知識).
Haruka Ayase is a Japanese actress, model and singer who started her career as a gravure idol in 2000. She has since become a top leading actress in television and film.
Shohei Miura, born on 3 June 1988, in Tokyo, Japan, is a Japanese actor and fashion model. He belongs to the talent agency Burning Production.
Haru Kuroki is a Japanese actress. She gained international recognition by winning Silver Bear at Berlin International Film Festival in 2014, for her performance in Yoji Yamada's film The Little House.
Mayu Matsuoka is a Japanese actress.
Hana Sugisaki is a Japanese actress who was previously signed to Stardust Promotion. Her former stage name was Hana Kajiura.
Hiroko Okabe, known professionally as Yūka, is a Japanese actress, presenter, and former gravure idol. She is known for playing the lead role in NHK's drama Honjitsu wa Taian Nari and presenting the TBS variety show Ōsama no Brunch. From 1999 to 2001, she received the Golden Arrow Award every year. In 2003, she was given both a Golden Graph Award and the Japan Academy Prize for Best Newcomer.
Aoi Morikawa is a Japanese actress and model who is affiliated with Stardust Promotion.
Tasuku Emoto is a Japanese actor represented by Alpha Agency. His father is actor Akira Emoto, his mother is actress Kazue Tsunogae, his brother is actor Tokio Emoto, and his wife is actress Sakura Ando.
Takahiro Miura is a Japanese actor. He graduated from Juntendo University Sports Health Science Department. He is represented with Anoré. His father is Tomokazu Miura who is also an actor, his mother is actress and former singer Momoe Yamaguchi, and his brother is singer-songwriter and actor Yutaro Miura.
Mariko Tsutsui is a Japanese actress.
Shion Miura is a Japanese writer. She has won the Naoki Prize, the Oda Sakunosuke Prize, and the Japan Booksellers' Award. Her work has been adapted for film and television, and her books have been translated into Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, English, German and Italian.
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